The botany of the eastern borders, with the popular names and uses of the plants, and of the customs and beliefs which have been associated with them
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Added t.-p.: Terra lindisfarnensis. The natural history of the eastern borders. Vol. I. The botany
"Our wild flowers in their relations to our pastoral life. A lecture read to the Mechanics' Institute of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the spring of 1851." p. -246
"The fossil flora of the mountain limestone formation of the eastern borders, in connection with the natural history of coal. By George Tate," p. -317